I have an idea for how it should be run. Dispite the Obama Admin's commitment to being a 'silent' partner, perhaps there is no time like now to make big changes. NUMBER ONE: Why do we have new models every year anyway? Does Apple Computer come out with a new MacBook every year? NO! Technology has advanced to the point that cars are lasting longer than ever. It seems more fiscally responsible now-a-days to focus all ...more »
Reducing the ticket price of a city bus, light rail and subway to zero would increase ridership and reduce the number of cars on the road. Fewer cars would mean fewer traffic jams for those that still choose to drive. A dramatic increase in the quality of life for commuters. Fewer cars would reduce oil imports... reduce pollution... increase miles per gallon (traffic jams cause terrible mpg). With ridership increasing, ...more »
We have the capabilities to build H2O driven engines, why are the Coporate Automotive Companies buying out these ideas? We need to care more about the human race rather than personal agendas!!!!
Since the middle of the 20th Century, the United States has become a largely suburban nation with massive road networks dependent on auto transport. This infrastructure creates a series of problems: 1) Ongoing needs for enormous investments in road construction and maintenance 2) Tens of thousands of annual traffic deaths, plus many more injuries 3) Billions of dollars in lost productivity from time that workers spend ...more »
The present invention relates to an electrolyte membrane, said electrolyte membrane being excellent for use in an electrochemical device, particularly a fuel cell, and more specifically a direct alcohol type fuel cell. Accompanying increased activity in global environmental protection, prevention of the emission of so-called greenhouse gases and NOx is being strongly called for. Putting automobile fuel cell systems ...more »